Pam Woolway’s choco-taco offering in the hands of a benevolent being. Photo by Pam Woolway
On the first Saturday of each month, the streets of Old Kapa`a Town jive from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mom and pop merchants along four or five blocks find strength in numbers as the Shoppes of Old Kapa`a Town and know how to throw a welcoming party.
The street is alive not only with clothiers, art galleries and restaurants, but also with entertainers and vendors. This Saturday, August 3, Pam Woolway — poet, writer, artist, animal activist and yummy dessert maker — will host a choco taco station outside a.ell design & atelier.
Says Woolway, “If you want to get down on some crazy deliciousness, come by Angie Ell’s dress shop. It will be banana split style, though, since I don’t have a way to freeze ice cream. Think homemade whipped cream and bananas.